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Tightness in neck, paresthesia in lower limbs while squatting, conjunctivitis, frequent headache behind eyes. Diagnosis?

physical: persistent tightness in neck (when moving up and down, but not side to side)
other: paresthesia in lower limbs when sitting on toilet, conjunctivitis, concentrated recurring headaches behind both eyes, persistant barely noticeable tightness in chest (longer than two weeks)

psychological: not stressed, mild depression

no trauma
what's your diagnosis including differentials
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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Based on the information, you are wanting to know what are the differential diagnosis depending upon the provided symptoms and signs.

The diagnosis and differentials from most likely to least are as follow
1) Multiple sclerosis.
2) Cluster headaches.
3) Pseudotumor cerebri
4) Meningitis.
5) Multi vascular cerebellar infarct.
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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